A newsroom’s racial diversity directly impacts an audience’s trust in the news that newsroom produces. Without meaningful representation on the inside, news cannot represent society’s diverse viewpoints.
Streaming services, once a novel idea, are now a mainstay in how people watch TV and movies. Students discuss what they like and don’t like about these platforms, as well as their preference for the traditional theatrical experience.
The Pepperdine community and fellow experts speak out on how opinions form and why they are important in developing a true meaning of self. Whether faith, entertainment, politics or more — opinions play a massive role on a college campus and throughout one’s life.
The connotations of this outdated phrase impact both the way journalists report on stories and how viewers are affected by it. It is time for newsrooms and textbooks to abandon the saying altogether.
With technology advancing every day and media providing faster methods of communication, opinions have shifted on what to believe regarding news media. Members of the Pepperdine community are speaking up on their views toward the storytelling within news media that runs the world.
Strong female characters empower little girls, but there still aren’t enough of them.
The confusion that spread after the Calabasas helicopter crash sheds light on how news consumers and journalists can do better during tragic breaking news events.
The power of story-telling that art provides emits a force of change due to its creative delivery.
Few people take the time to consider that the vast majority of media teaches society that light is positive and darkness is negative, but this motif has significant implications.
The leadership team at the Institute for Entertainment, Media, Sports and Culture discusses the various opportunities and programs the institute offers to students across Pepperdine University.